Contemporary Visual Arts Network is an independent national consortium of artists, arts professionals and arts organisations in England dedicated to working together to find new ways to strengthen the visual arts and to support the arts more broadly.
HIGH-NORTH is an ambitious three-year initiative linking the cities of Tromsø (Norway), Gateshead/Newcastle (England) and Glasgow (Scotland). The project is coordinated by NABROAD/ Norwegian Collaborative Organisation for Contemporary Art Abroad, and supported by Arts Council Norway and The Royal Norwegian Embassy in London.
BxNU is a significant collaboration between Northumbria University and BALTIC. This ground breaking partnership creates a learning environment that unites academic research excellence and innovative contemporary art practice.
NFM is creative industry development agency based at BALTIC, Gateshead. They invest in and deliver film, TV, digital media and other creative projects in North East England and across the UK.
Plus Tate aims to support the development of the visual arts across the UK, by fostering a climate where exchange and partnership can flourish. BALTIC is proud to be one of the Plus Tate partners.
NewcastleGateshead Cultural Venues (NGCV) is an alliance of the 10 principal building-based producers and presenters representing a very wide range of cultural forms.
ArtWorks London has selected three arts organisations and artist pairings to be part of the ArtWorks Fellowship – The Organisational Perspective. BALTIC has paired with Christine Egan-Fowler for this project.